verdant

[หˆvษœหdษ™nt]

verdant Definition

  • 1(of countryside) green with grass or other rich vegetation
  • 2inexperienced; unsophisticated

Using verdant: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "verdant" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The verdant meadows stretched out before us.

  • Example

    The forest was a verdant paradise.

  • Example

    The garden was a verdant oasis in the middle of the city.

verdant Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for verdant

Antonyms for verdant

Phrases with verdant

  • fields covered with lush green grass or crops

    Example

    The verdant fields were a sight to behold.

  • verdant pastures

    pastures covered with lush green grass

    Example

    The cows grazed in the verdant pastures.

  • a landscape covered with lush green vegetation

    Example

    The verdant landscape was breathtakingly beautiful.

Origins of verdant

from Old French 'verdoyant', present participle of 'verdoier', meaning 'to become green'

๐Ÿ“Œ

Summary: verdant in Brief

The term 'verdant' [หˆvษœหdษ™nt] describes countryside that is green with grass or other rich vegetation. It can also refer to someone who is inexperienced or unsophisticated. Examples include 'The verdant meadows stretched out before us.' and 'The garden was a verdant oasis in the middle of the city.' Synonyms include 'lush' and 'green,' while antonyms include 'arid' and 'barren.'